Patrick Schwarzenegger jokes with mother Maria Shriver about photo selection in social media post in NYC
Patrick Schwarzenegger took to Instagram Wednesday with a good natured remark at his mother Maria Shriver, as he and brother Chris enjoyed a trip with her to New York City.
In the shot, Shriver, 66, posed between sons Chris, 24, and the Midnight Sun actor, 28, in front of a large holiday wreath.
She wrote, ‘And then there were two sons in the Big Apple! My two sons, @c1lotsoffun and @patrickschwarzenegger, how lucky am I to be in the city with them?
The latest: Patrick Schwarzenegger, 28, took to Instagram Wednesday with a good natured remark at his mother Maria Shriver, 66, as he and brother Chris, 24, enjoyed a trip with her to New York City
‘I feel so blessed to be having the week that I’m having, seeing my family at every turn, feeling alive, feeling awake in my life! It’s what I wish for each of you – to feel alive, to feel awake, to feel blessed!’
In response, the second-generation actor wrote, ‘Out of all the photos we took this was the one?!?’ to which Shriver said, ‘yes i cant see is it bad.’
In the family shot, Patrick wore a white hat with a graphic on the front, while Chris, 24, wore a black sweatshirt with a black Michigan Wolverines cap, sporting a beard.
Shriver beamed as she posed in between her sons, donning a white scarf over a pink jacket with dangling earrings.
The sons posed with their mother in a shot earlier this year
The famed family was seen gathering for Patrick’s birthday this past September
Shriver got together on Tuesday with her cousins, Sydney McKelvy and Caroline Kennedy
Shriver, who is also mother to daughters Katherine, 31, and Christina, 30, has been enjoying her autumn trip to the East Coast, as she got together on Tuesday with her cousins, Caroline Kennedy and Sydney McKelvy.
‘I never had a sister, but these two have made up for that,’ she said of her cousins. ‘These two! They are everything to me!’
The reunion marked the first meeting between the relatives since the coronavirus shutdown in March of 2020, according to Shriver.
‘I’ve known them my entire life,’ she said. ‘I hadn’t seen them since before covid – our longest stretch not seeing one another.’
She added, ‘How glorious to be reunited! To not skip a beat. I left feeling full, feeling blessed, and hopeful that we will gather again soon.
‘I hope you have people in your life where you can pick up right where you left up, who make you feel seen and safe, who love you no matter what you order or what you eat, who just love the heck out of you! Nothing else on life comes close!’